There is no better way of getting home inspiration than by staying up to date with the latest interior design trends as well as the most iconic projects from the world’s best interior designers. Having trouble planning a home makeover? Worry not! Without further ado, let’s have a look at 2019’s hottest trends from timeless design projects!
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Hoppen‘s vision is to deliver the most personalized and suitable interior for the client’s lifestyle. She ensures that every interior is tailor-made to their needs and delivers the best on every detail. The best thing about Kelly Hoppen’s interiors is the combination of practicality and luxury, resulting in a bespoke design that emphasizes the atmosphere.
The Loft project is located in London and has a more adventurous look that takes us back to the jungle. The texture of the rugs and the armchairs in combination with the greenery decor makes this dining room very modern and imposing. Extremely chic!
Everything Thomas O’Brien creates is reflective of his motto – “I like practical and useful things as well as fine and rare things”.
As the founder of and President of Aero Studios – one of America’s leading design firms – Thomas O’Brien, is famous for having been able to translate modernism into a warm and livable aesthetic.
His projects span from – private residences to commercial properties; product design to brand and fine art consulting. The key to his success as an interior designer lies in his master talent to combine furniture pieces from the most varied historical origins. This vintage elegance that he is able to apply in all of his interior design projects brings to his clients a rare sense of comfort and refreshed familiarity.
Designer, author, TV host and television personality, Nate Berkus is a name to follow in the world of interior design projects. Born in California, Berkus runs the Chicago interior design firm Nate Berkus Associates founded in 1995, one year after he graduated from Lake Forest College with degrees in French and Sociology.
Seatle Project – “I’ve always believed the most successful rooms are the ones that are assembled and layered over time. This project took over 2.5 years to create, it may be the first time I’ve been actively jealous of my clients.”
Ryan Korban is known as one of the most successful designers of his generation, and proof of that is his A-client list which includes; Balenciaga, Alexander Wang and Aquazzura.
As a leader when it comes to setting interior design trends, Ryan Korban, is one of those names that has to be mentioned no matter the season. A recent project that proves exactly this, is the beautiful Tribeca loft, where deep contrasts of white and black can be seen all over the property.
The kitchen, for example, is absolutely divine and features a neutral palette consisting of mostly white and black, with the statement marble centerpiece as the highlight of the space.
Not only that, but the kitchen also fits perfectly with the airy yet edgy loft. Everything in the loft was carefully curated with a mix of custom pieces as well as furnishings by Karl Springer, Jean-Michel Frank, Milo Baughman, Christian Liaigre, and Vladimir Kagan.
The Rockwell Group specializes in a wide range of industries from luxury hospitality, cultural, and healthcare projects, to educational, product, and even set design.
They have created some of the most beautiful projects in the interior design world, and are one of the biggest employers of Interior Designers and Architects in the United States, counting with over 250 people in their New York, Madrid and Shanghai offices.
As some of the most important leaders in their field, they are a constant source interior design trends – ’15 Hudson Yards’ is an impressive 88-story skyscraper, and the Rockwell Group was in charge of the interior design work.
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